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terms10 Percent Plan (1863):Wade-Davis Bill (1864):Freedman's Bureau (1865):13,14,15 Amendments:Civil Rights Act (1866):Reconstruction Acts (1867):Enforcement Acts/ Ku Klux Klan Acts (1871):Black Codes:Tenure of Office Act (1867):Civil Rights Act (1875):Carpetbaggers/Scalawags:Abraham Lincoln:Andrew Johnson:Ulysses S Grant:Rutherford B Hayes:General Amnesty Act (1872):Ku Klux Klan:Sharecropping:Wage Labor:Labor Gangs:Subsistence work:timeline1863 lincoln announces his reconstruction plan1865 civil war ends1879-1871 Enforcement actthe protection for blacks in the south disappearsquestionswhat are the opposing view of reconstruction in the wake of the civil war?who supported these competing views and why?was reconstruction a success?the determination of African Americansthe 14th and 15th amendmentsnot enforced thoughreconstruction politicsat the end of the warthe south was in economic, social, and political chaosthe gentry were especially hurt by the loss of their slavesthe Objectives of Reconstruction
how will the southern states be readmitted to the unionwhat will the status of Freedmen be?Concerns of Reconstructioncan the united states be truly unitedcan blacks and whites live together?"nothing like slavery" vs "as close to slavery as we can get"blacks wanted equal legal, political, social, and educational rightsas a result southern whites often respond with extreme violencewho runs this country?Wartime Reconstruction (Lincoln) 1863-1864proclamation of amnesty and Reconstruction10% plan: if ten percent of the eligible voters of 1850 state pledged

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